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CSPAN
Mar 2, 2014 12:00am EST
the board, kerry thomas in idaho, who used a condom, undetectable. he got 30 years. three gliese into a 30-year sentence in a brian in idaho. robert, my partner in starting the project, from shreveport, louisiana. he was in a difficult relationship and his partner threatened to turn him in if they broke up for not having initially disclosed to him. that's exactly what the partner did. robert served six months in prison. he has to be registered sex offender for 15 years. his driver's license has in big red capital letters, sex offender, on it. and these cases are happening at a faster and faster and faster rate. so, the injustice for people h.i.v., horrific public health policy. you can't be prosecuted if you don't know your positive. so it's come take the test and risk arrest. laws create an illusion of safety for people who are negative or don't know their h.i.v. status. says it's somebody else's job to protect you. that's an arrogance. thinking it's the rest of the worlds' job to protect your negative h.i.v. status. the h.i.v. specific statutes are the most extreme man fess station
CSPAN
Mar 1, 2014 4:45pm EST
it's off the record. apparently senator kerry will is one of the architects of the syrian policy in a conversation with some of his colleagues in the senate readily admitted that the policies basically failed. the chemical weapons have not been moved out in any significant way and al qaeda is getting stronger. according to this private recorded conversation written about in "the new york times" he is arguing for arming the moderate opposition and not allowing this process to take a different track and that is from one of the architects of the current policy himself. so i mean you know i'd knowledge there are big challenges here at there are also challenges and risks of not getting involved. >> i would add to that very quickly rachel i basically agree that the time for a big intervention to topple the regime is gone. that would have been in the first, in that first nine months of the uprising when it was peaceful and democratic. in the first few months of the armed conflict before the jihadi's came in before al qaeda was so pervasive on the ground. i think that was a much riper moment
CSPAN
Mar 2, 2014 7:15am EST
kerry in a conversation with some of his colleagues of the senate privately admitted that the policy has basically failed. the chemical weapons are not being moved around in any significant way. there's no hope that geneva will produce anything and al qaeda is getting stronger. according to this private report that has been written in "the new york times", he is arguing for arming the moderate opposition and not allowing this process unfold, taking a different shot. and that is from one of the architects of the policy. so i know that there are big challenges here and there are also challenges and rest of not getting involved and just staying on the sidelines. >> i basically agree. but i think to get back to your question that the time for a big intervention that would have essentially toppled the regime is gone. that would've been in the first nine months of the uprising weren't peaceful and democratic. the first two months of the armed conflict before the june party members came in and before al qaeda was pervasive on the ground. i think that was a much riper moment and it would've
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